By Denis R Hirschfeldt

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Let ϕ be as above. Then a 0, 1-valued function f is DNC iff it is a total 0, 1-valued extension of ϕ. Thus a degree is PA iff it computes a 0, 1valued DNC function. Without the condition of being 0, 1-valued, however, there are DNC functions that are not of PA degree. DNC functions have proved to be quite important in applications of computability theory; see for instance Downey and Hirschfeldt [40]. We ﬁnish this section with a theorem of Jockusch [98] that deserves to be better known. 22. A class of sets C is X-uniform if it has a uniformly X-computable listing.

P ∗ ϕ ∧ ψ iff p ∗ ϕ and p ∗ ψ. 3. p ∗ ∃n ϕ(n) iff for each q p, there are an r that r ∗ ϕ(n). q and an n ∈ N such It is easy to show that if p ∗ ϕ and q p, then q ∗ ϕ, and that for every p and ϕ, there is a q p such that q ϕ or q ¬ϕ (in other words, the set of conditions that force ϕ or force ¬ϕ is dense). The correspondence between truth (of global properties of G) and forcing (which is a local condition) is a crucial property of generic objects. 9. Show by simultaneous induction on the structure of formulas that if ϕ is a formula in which G is the only free variable then the following hold.

We will have occasion to cite in particular the articles by Cenzer and Remmel [15] on Π01 classes, Downey [39] on computable linear orders, and Harizanov [77] on computable model theory. Other articles in those volumes related to our topics include the ones by Gasarch [70] on computable combinatorics and Simpson and Rao [193] on the reverse mathematics of algebra. The standard textbook in reverse mathematics is Simpson’s classic Subsystems of Second Order Arithmetic, now in its second edition [191], which will be referred to several times below.